Boltmakers Arms


Small,warm and welcoming, it is split on two levels and decorated with music memorabilia and whisky artefacts.

There is a quiz Tuesdays, live music every other Wednesday. The back yard serves as a tiny, cosy "beer garden" in summer. The guest beers and hand-pulled cider are from various sources at the licensee's whim.

200 yards from the railway station. Local CAMRA branch pub of the year 2012.

Timothy Taylor Dark Mild, Golden Best
Best Bitter
Ram Tam

2 guest beers

Real fire - outdoor drinking area - traditional pub games - draught real cider - smoking area - dogs permitted - children welcome - railway station nearby.

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  • Children welcome

Property Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted

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Boltmakers Arms

Type:Public House

117 East Parade, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD21 5HX

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Tel01535 661936

Opening Times

* Monday-Thursday 13:00-20:00, Friday-Saturday 12:00-23:00, Sunday 12:00-22:00

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